Integrating Health and Counseling Services

Topics: Student Health Centers, Student Health and Wellness, Student Affairs, Administrative Service Delivery Models, Administration and Finance

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Institutions integrate student health and counseling services to provide better care and reduce administrative costs. This report explores structure and operations of integrated health and counseling services at five institutions. It includes information on collaboration across services and strategies to increase staff cohesion.

Research Questions

  • How many staff work in the integrated center?
  • What are their titles and responsibilities?
  • Which administrator supervises both the health and counseling services?
  • What professional experience and education do contacts require for this position?
  • What strategies encourage cohesion and collaboration among health and counseling staff?